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SCA at a glance

SCA is a global hygiene and paper company that develops, produces and markets personal care products, tissue, forest products and packaging solutions**. SCA has sales in more than 100 countries under many strong brands. SCA creates value by fulfilling the needs of customers and consumers in a spirit of innovation, through continuous efficiency enhancements and with a cleardesire to contribute to sustainable development. In 2011, SCA had annual sales of SEK106bn and about 44,000 employees.

Personal Care
The business area comprises three product segments: incontinence care, baby diapers and feminine care. Production is conducted at 29 facilities in 24 countries. Products are sold in more than 100 countries throughout the world.

SCA is a full-service supplier of packaging solutions and offers both transport and consumer packaging. SCA operates one innovation centre and 16 design centres. Production is conducted at about 110 facilities in 20 countries. Products are sold in 36 countries in Europe.

Consumer tissue consists of toilet paper, kitchen rolls, facial tissue, handkerchiefs and napkins. In the Away-From-Home (AFH) tissue segment, SCA delivers complete hygiene concepts to companies and institutions. Production is conducted at 45 facilities in 18 countries. Products are sold in some 80 countries throughout the world.

Forest Products
Production comprises publication papers, pulp and solid-wood products, and is conducted at 18 facilities in three countries. Products are mainly sold in Europe, but also in Asia, North Africa and North America.

*In November 2011, SCA announced the acquisition of Georgia-Pacifics European tissue operations, with annual sales of approximately SEK 12bn. Theacquisition is expected to be fully completed during the second quarter of2012.

**In January 2012, SCA announced the divestment of the packaging operation excluding the kraftliner mills in Munksund and Obbola, Sweden. The sale is expected to be fully completed in the second quarter of 2012. Regarding the French part of the packaging operations, DS Smith has made a formal offer to acquire this business. This process is subject to an information and consultation procedure with the relevant works councils and will be treated separately.

Share of net sales (Share of Group)

Personal Care, 23% Tissue, 36 % Packaging, 25 % Forest Products, 16 %

Share of operating profit (Share of Group)

Personal Care, 27 % Tissue, 32 % Packaging, 20 % Forest Products, 21 %

Operating cash flow (Share of Group)

Personal Care, 30 % Tissue, 37 % Packaging, 15 % Forest Products, 18 %

Capital employed (Share of Group)

Personal Care, 12 % Tissue, 35 % Packaging, 19 % Forest Products, 34 %

Average number of employees (Share of Group)

Personal Care, 21 % Tissue, 39 % Packaging, 30 % Forest Products, 10 %

Total Group: SEK 105,750m

Total Group: SEK 9,224m Excluding items affecting comparability.

Total Group: SEK 8,577m

Total Group: SEK 97,939m

Total Group: 43,697

Net sales and operating margin1)

SEKm 120,000 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 % 12 10 8 6 4 2 0

Earnings, dividend and cash flow per share

SEK 20 16 12 8 4 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Dividend

Cash flow from current operations

SEKm 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Groups largest markets

Sales, SEKm Germany UK US France Italy Sweden Spain Netherlands Australia Mexico 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000

SCAs sales per region

Europe, 76 % North America, 9 % Latin America, 6 % Asia, 4 % Australasia, 4 % Other countries, 1%

Net sales Excluding items affecting comparability.


Operating margin

Earnings Cash ow from current operations Earnings do not include items affecting comparability. Dividend for 2011 relates to the proposed dividend.

Net sales for SCAs recycling business were reclassified to other income, with retroactive adjustment for 2010 and 2009.